We’ve said it once, and we’ll say it again: Epcot’s International Food and Wine Festival is a must do at least once in your Disney life. The food is fine, the drinks are tasty, and the celebration is energetic.
This Sunday we’ll be celebrating Daylight Savings and Springing Forward – and that means one less hour of sleep!
That’s the bad news. But we also have some good news for you – we’ve decided to make your weekend a little better and offer some GREAT savings at DFBStore.com in honor of Daylight Savings time!
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Maybe you’re planning a Spring Break trip, your summer vacation, or a trip for the 2018 Epcot Food and Wine Festival. No matter what your plans we have a DFB Guide Bundle for you! And with a 180 day dining booking window and 60 day FastPass+ booking window, it’s NEVER too early to start planning!
Hello, there! We’re back with another DFB Video for your day, and we’re sharing some Walt Disney World trip hacks!
When you’re traveling to Walt Disney World, there is a LOT to consider. Things that immediately spring to mind are reserving Advance Dining Reservations for your top restaurant picks and FastPasses for your must-ride attractions, and booking your preferred Resort. But today we’re taking on the full gamut from the earliest stages of trip planning, to packing, and to getting around once you and your family are in the parks at long last! (And, yes, we’ve got a few food hacks for you, too!) [Read more…]
has become a nice little getaway in New Fantasyland (seriously, it’s been five years; when can we stop calling it “New”?), with a limited menu and proximity to meet-and-greets with the man himself.
Gaston’s menu is usually pretty minimal. At present you can find a Ham and Cheese Pretzel, a Chocolate Croissant, and a Fruit and Cheese Picnic Platter much better suited to Belle than someone so good at expectorating. And then there’s the Warm Cinnamon Roll, which is soooo satisfying (particularly so when you request extra icing…). We love it so much we even got the recipe!
is a terrific place to dine if you’re looking for a little Hollywood Flair at Disney’s Hollywood Studios — and the best part is that there’s no ADR required!
That’s right! You can saunter up to Brown Derby Lounge on a whim and experience the understated elegance and tasty menu that so many have lauded in the Brown Derby Restaurant proper.
We’ve enjoyed our visits here, where Margarita and Martini Flights rule and you almost can’t go wrong with the menu of Brown Derby Restaurant-approved eats. And with outdoor seating on Hollywood Boulevard, it’s a great place for people watching!
During a recent visit to the World, I dropped in for a few plates of food — and left having eaten the best thing I ate in my entire visit! I love being surprised by awesome food — even more so when it’s served in such a great location!
The Yacht Club’s Ale & Compass Restaurant hit the Disney World dining scene just this past November.
But our first visit was for lunch, so it’s time to step back in for our dinner review. And since there are some fairly major menu changes from day to night at this still-new spot, it’s a great reason to check it out again.
Now, before we move forward with the review, just a reminder that the Ale & Compass Restaurant is one third of an entirely new Ale & Compass dining concept at Disney World’s Yacht Club, so it’s not to be confused with the Ale & Compass Lounge and The Market at Ale & Compass (a Counter Service meets Grab-and-Go setup).
The Ale & Compass Restaurant is the Table Service component of this trio, serving Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner (each one Table Service Credit on the Disney Dining Plan).
And now that we’ve got the details out of the way, let’s check out the digs!
We have a full tour of Ale & Compass Restaurant available from our first visit, and you can peruse it by clicking here.
Hope your week is off to a great start! We’re back with another DFB Video, and we’re sharing 9 Rookie Mistakes to avoid in Disney World!
If you’re planning your first Disney World vacation, we think we’ve got some tips that will help you save some time and money to make the most of your trip. We’ve also included some ideas that you may not consider when making your vacation plans. But even if you’ve planned many a Disney World vacation, we’d love it if you would check out this video, too, then chime in with your top tip for Disney World vacation planning! [Read more…]
Hey, guys! We’re back with another DFB Video this weekend, and I hope you’re ready to blast off with us as we take you on a food tour of Magic Kingdom’s Tomorrowland!
When you think of Tomorrowland in Disney World’s Magic Kingdom, visions of Space Mountain, the Carousel of Progress, and Buzz Lightyear’s Space Ranger Spin likely come to mind… and I don’t blame ya! But even though Tomorrowland is home to some stellar attractions, it’s also home to some terrific eats. You may even run across a certain singing alien who may serenade you while you dine! (And here’s a tip: if you’re looking for specialty coffee, but want to avoid the morning rush at the Main Street Bakery, Tomorrowland’s got you covered there, too). So join us today in Tomorrowland! [Read more…]